The Gallery – Self Portait & Secret Post Club May

 The Gallery

Red Ted, by Red Ted

 I have to confess, I was hoping that the topic of “self portrait” would come up at the Gallery soon. Red Ted LOVES my iphone and at 2yrs old is pretty adept at using it. I have downloaded some games for him to play in it gives me 10 “safe” minutes to change Pip Squeak or whatever else I need to do. 

This also means, that he knows where all the photos are and how to operate the camera. Recently, I watched him trying to take a photo of himself. I-kid-you-not: he knew how to turn the phone round and that he need to press something. Incredible! The new generation of techies is here. He made several attempts. And succeeded! I present to you “Red Ted, by Red Ted!”. 

The photo is a little spooky, I know, but I am impressed! 

Other Gallery Posts:

(My) Men

Enchanted Woods

Portrait

7 Sins – Pride

Joy – Spring 

Ugly – These should be in a Tim Burton film 

Outside my front door 

 – Me 

Colour (Red Ted’s Bunny)

Secret Post Club – May

I hope you don’t mind the “double post”, but as both these posts are more for me and a bit of fun, I don’t want to “bore” my subscribers with too many emails all in one go. So combined it is!

Run by Heather over at Notes From Lapland, the Secret Post Club is a friendly exchange of gifts once a month. Here is what I received:

The box arrived today, weighing a little more than my usual postal items (books, cards whatever). It looked very promising… Once the children were safely tucked up in bed for their lunchtime naps, I quickly opened the new parcel. I was greeted by the delicious sweet and delicate sent of my gift: a “Cosy Candle” from Ellen and her company Anzu Ltd.:

“The Cosy Candle – Snuggle up under a patchwork quilt wth a roaring fire. Freshened by the hint of citrus, this is a warm scent rich with woody and herbal notes on a bed sweet of amber.”

There was also a book – The Diary of a Provincial Lady. Accompanied was a beautiful card explaining that she makes both the cards and the candle, as well as a note about the book she included.

I love nothing more than curling up and reading a book and now I have a gorgeous candle to light and keep me company when I do so! (Now I just need to locate a “roaring fire”). Thank you Ellen, for your very thoughtful gifts!

Maggy

 

 

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12 responses to this post.

  1. He looks very cute indeed, both boys love the iphone. The candles looks lovely

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  2. Ooooh that candle sounds lovely…..

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  3. Two year olds and iPhones are indeed a terrifying combination, and Red Ted is a cutie, but you’re still cheating!;)

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    • Posted by Red Ted Art on May 19, 2010 at 10:13 am

      I know it is “cheating”… but surely you guys are bored of seeing me? You had me in “Me” and in “The world we live in”.. 😉 plus 80-20 gal that I am only half read the instructions AGAIN.. (or maybe I “chose” to read the bit that suited me – teehee – such a rebel!) x

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  4. Posted by parklover on May 19, 2010 at 10:39 am

    I have a photo of me on my phone taken by my 3 year old when she grabbed my phone. She also once sent a photo of herself to her Daddy using the phone. Scary!

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  5. Love both of these posts. It’s lovely to share other people’s happiness!

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  6. Posted by Nickie (Typecast) on May 19, 2010 at 11:52 am

    Love that photo – amazing how au fait kids are with technology, isn’t it?

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  7. Posted by porridgebrain on May 19, 2010 at 6:01 pm

    Aww that’s adorable!! Clever boy!

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  8. Posted by julesey10 on May 19, 2010 at 11:55 pm

    cute cute cute. I love that your self portrait was done by your little one. Am new to your blog but following now. x

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    • Posted by Red Ted Art on May 20, 2010 at 5:55 am

      Hello! Lovely “to have you on board” 😉 hope you all the craftiness… and yes, I thought the photo really was worthy of a post too!! Thank you for stopping by! x

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